alexa European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy

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European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy

The European Society of regional anaesthesia and Pain therapy was founded to develop regional anaesthesia in Europe. Society’s first congress was conducted in Edinburgh in 1982 and later the society has progressively extended its strength, with a current membership of over thirty five thousand throughout Europe and beyond. The society is growing each year, and has currently completed thirty five Annual Congresses. The scientific standard at the annual ESRA congress is currently recognized as one of the most effective in Europe. Excluding the annual ESRA Congress, the society holds many accredited corpse workshops and courses annually and offers grants schemes as well as on-line academic content through the ESRA academy. The society’s European diploma in regional anaesthesia & Acute Pain Management (EDRA) was created in 2005 with the goal of building standards in regional anaesthesia in Europe. The diploma is meant to widen the activity spectrum of these specialists in anaesthesia, who are already in clinical practice and have an interest in getting further information in the entire field of regional anaesthesia The goals of EDRA are to associate and affiliate all anaesthesiologists and other physicians and scientists who are engaged in, or have an interest in, the techniques of local anesthetics for surgery, obstetrics and pain management into one organization. The society encourages specialization and research progress in these areas and promotes and sponsors courses and workshops. It promotes information on regional anaesthetic procedures. The society aims to encourage the teaching of regional anaesthetic procedures in all anaesthesiology training programmes and edit and publish articles on these and connected subjects. It strives to develop and further the knowledge of safe techniques for providing surgical and obstetric anaesthesia with local anaesthetic agents, and for producing diagnostic and therapeutic blocks with local and lytic agents for the management of pain. Regional anesthesia & Pain medicine (RAPM) is the official journal revealed by the European Society of regional anaesthesia and Pain.

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